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The Bedford Flag, commissioned to Cornet John Page
in 1737 by King George II of England, was carried by his
son, Nathaniel, who fought with the Bedford Minuiemen
at the Battle of Concord Bridge, April 19, 1775.
Acquired ^ > f l t^
This book is dedicated to Mr. Patuleia, the senior class advisor, whose help and
guidance during the past four years are greatly appreciated. His time and
devotion wiW be warmly remembered.
"Too much sanity
May be madness,
And the maddest of all.
To see life as it is
As it should be."
JONATHAN ARMS CHERYL ARSENAULT RICHARD ATTERIDGE
Happy times and bygone days are
never lost . . . they grow more won-
derful within the heart that keeps
^ BETH AYASSE BETSY BAKER WILLIAM BAKER
He who wants little always has Success is 1" o inspiration and 99" o
ALAN ARTHUR BRODIeJ)
Vou can teach people to survive, but Every time I take one step forward, I
you have to inspire them to live. always seem to wind up two steps be-
hind where I started out . . . Maybe
it's time I started walking backwards
PAUL BUMANN RICHARD BURNER MARK BUSA
JO ANNE T. CAMPBELL
To be any more than I am would be a
/ don't want to die when its time for
me to die, I just want to live my life the
way I want to.
Draw the curtain, the farce is over.
You are a king by your own fireside,
as much as any monarch in his throne.
CAROLYN M. DOW
Now you are ready for the most diffi-
cult and most fun of all — to fly
straight up and know the meaning of
kindness and love.
/ don't want to work away
Doing just what they all say
"Work hard boy and you'll find
Someday you'll have a job like mine."
Men do not stumble over mountains,
And /( seems to me you live your life
like a candle in the wind.
DEBRA ANN EMERSON
Because you are afraid to love, I am
Girls and guitars are where it's at —
need a woman; I've got my Strat.
' - ■ ■ JUDITH EVANS •• .
To live is the rarest thing in the world.
Most people exist that is all.
What you don't know would make a
Hopes are but the dreams of those
who are awake.
We can find ourselves as creatures of
intelligence and skill. We can be free!
We can learn to FLY!
ELAINE FLYNN '
You can think about what you've
done and what you will do, but
there's no better time than now!
All problems become smaller if you
don't dodge them but confront them.
Touch a thistle timidly and it will prick
you; grasp it boldly and it's spines
^DITH E. FOLEY
Tuesday had a dream child
Some place where there isn't any
trouble . . . do you suppose there is
such a place, Toto? There must be.
To quit is nothing
To try is something
To succeed is everything.
''sUSAN C. GELLATLY
Those who bring sunshine to the lives
of others cannot keep it from them-
So I wanna laugh while the laughing is
easy, I wanna cry if it makes it worth-
while, we may never pass this way
again, that's why I want it with you.
/ remember when we took such care
to step never on the cracks, no, only in
Those school girl days of telling tales
and biting nails are gone. But in my
heart, I know they will still go on and
ABIGAIL A. HAFER
Abby, Esquire / love my friends, the reason why "He "Scum"
Listen attentively to everything you're is He and I am I" See the happy moron,
told, but don't believe a word of it. He doesn't give a damn.
I wish I were a moron —
My God, perhaps I am!
RONALD M. HITCHCOCK JR.
Happy are those who dream dreams
and are ready to pay the price to make
them come true. I believe it!
Keep ascending the mountain of
cheerfulness by scattering seeds of
kindness; you will reach the sun-
tipped heights in your own life-exper-
Those who bring sunshine into the
lives of others cannot keep it from
PAMELA A. LACOMBE
We do not see nature with our eyes.
But with our understanding and our
Hate is a strong word used in self-
defense. If I had been strong enough I
would not have used it.
Void mon secret. II est tres simple: On
ne voit bien qu'avec le coeur. L'essen-
tiel est invisible pour les yeux.
MARY BETH LAFFAN
Mag Patty The dreams of a child are the dreams
Even if you are on the right track. You and me, the way we are will not of a world unspoiled,
you'll get run over if you just sit there. always be.
But when I find my peace of mind.
That will always stay.
LINDA MACDOUGALL DIANE MADDEN KAREN MADDOX
YORIKO MAEDA SHERYL MAHAR JEAN MALONEY
Away we all go.
Into the magical spin.
KATHIE T. MASCl
As I sat musing, sad and lonely, a voice
came from out of the gloom saying,
"Cheer up, things could be worse."
So I cheered up and sure enough
things got worse.
DIANE T. MASSA
Whatever I may do, I will bring with
me the memories of where I've been
and who I knew.
BRIAN D. MCDOWELL
Trying to impress others does — usu-
ally in quite the opposite way.
It would help me if I thought you
would remember me.
Not for what I've done.
But for the things I'd always meant to
GERARD E. MCGRATH
There is no substitute for brains — but
silence sometimes helps.
Don't walk in front of me
Don't walk behind me . . . I may not
lust walk beside me . . . and be my
True friendship comes when silence
between two people is comfortable.
CAROL M. MILLER
The moment may be temporary, but
the memory is forever.
Believe in yourself. If you don't
Before we set our hearts too much
upon anything, let us examine how
happy they are who already possess it.
MATTHEW P. MOELLER
Ah, but man's reach should exceed his
grasp. Or what's a heaven for?
SUSAN JEAN MOLL
Make each and every day worth liv-
ing, and always do everything that
you want to do.
A little nonsense now and then,
Is relished by the wisest men.
ELIZABETH MARIE NOLAN ANN MARIE O'CONNELL HAROLD G. O'CONNELL III
Liz Ann Hal
It's nice to be important, To find the beautiful, we must carry it Take it easy, don't let the sound of
But it's important to be nice. within us. your own wheels and women drive
KEVIN O'CONNELL KIM ODEN NANCY O'HARA
The tender leaves of today.
JEREMIAH ANDREW O'NEIL
A task without a vision is drudgery,
A vision without a task is a dream,
A task with a vision is victory.
KATHERINE V. PASS
Hello Hello Hello
Goodbye Goodbye Goodbye
And that's all there is.
No one is too small to be able to help
ELLEN RACHEL PENNEY
You can spare me the blues, I don't
sing in that key.
Friendships multiply joys and divide
LINDA POWDERLY STEPHEN POWERS LAURIE PROULX
A little bit of thoughtfulness brings a
lot of happiness.
MICHELE PROULX MARTHA J. RAMSAY
Resisting temptation is easier when
you think you'll probably get another
chance later on.
Better by far you should forget and
Than you should remember and be
JILL ALISON SANDERS
Hang on to your hopes, my friend.
That's an easy thing to say, but if your
hopes should pass away, simply pre-
tend, that you can build them again.
For everything there is a season, and a
time for every purpose under heaven.
MARC SCHWARTZ MARIANNE SHEEHAN DEBBI SICKLES
We are remembered by our good ac- The moment may be temporary, but To suffer one's death and to be reborn
Hons, not by our good intentions. the memory lasts forever. is not easy.
It is not in the still calm of life that The butterfly is only beautiful to those
strong characters are formed. who appreciate the simple joys of life.
It is better to remain silent and
thought a fool, than to speak up and
remove all doubt.
BARBARA JEAN SMITH
Vou give but little when you give of
your possessions. It is when you give
of yourself that you truly give.
Isn't it strange that princes and kings
and clowns that caper in sawdust rings
and common people like you and me
are builders of eternity?
If I could save time in a bottle the first
thing that I'd like to do, is to save the
Class of '76 and the memories of all of
NANCY E, SULLIVAN
To make the world a friendly place,
One must show a friendly face.
People so seldom say I love you.
And then it's either too late or love
So when I tell you I love you
It doesn't mean I know you'll never
Only that I wish you didn't have to.
It was to my lasting satisfaction to dis-
cover the defensibility of the gospel
intellectually. This, then, I must do-tell
others the good news of Christ.
BARBARA ANN TARELLO
Too much time can be spent wonder-
ing about life rather than living it.
A place that remains.
That will stay where it is forever. While
Education is what you have left over
after you have forgotten everything
you have learned.
No one ever got weafc eyes from
looking at the bright side.
CYNTHIA J. WEBER
The Lord is my light and my salvation;
whom shall I fear?
The Lord is the strength of my life;
Of whom shall I be afraid?
Take nothing but pictures.
Leave nothing but footprints.
Kill nothing but time.
CHRISTINE F. WENGLER
having many things to write unto you,
I would not write with paper and ink:
but I trust to come unto you, and
speak face to face, that our joy may be
If you compare yourself with others,
you may become vain, bitter; for al-
ways there will be greater and lesser
persons than yourself.
Don't walk in front of me ... for I
may not follow.
Don't walk behind me ... for I may
Walk beside me and just be my friend.
SUSAN J. GOLDMAN
Cookie A heart filled with
sunshine glows in a smile.
SENIORS NOT PICTURED;
ANN SCOTT HALEY
For it is in the mind's eye that one
creates a picture, and the sources of
pictures therefore are as boundless as
our own creative imagination.
MARK C. DOHERTY
Keep the moments as best you can
Remember the faces, the fun, the tears
Keep a warm ember alive in your heart
To fan alive in future years
Care now, for your caring will remain
CLASS FLIRTS — Mark Hurd and Judy Baudanza MOST TALKATIVE — Phil Maglione and Laurel Cinder
— Pam LaCombe and Steve Edgar
DONE MOST FOR B.H.S. — Laura Paradise and Dave Damery
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED — Carol McKenna and Matt Moeller
HIGH SCHOOL SONGS
Welcome To My Nightmare
She's Not There
People Are Strange
The Games People Play^
One of These Nights
Let It Be
The first day of school
In cooking class
The Nurse's Office
And so are some teachers
When the teacher isn't looking
Those Saturday night parties
I'll do my homework
^^jjjjjj^^ . .The school lunch
Good Vibrations B.H.S. Superband
I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing Mr. Phinney
Sometimes in Winter .^^|lgM|k The heater breaks down
Precious and Few . . . -IP^^^^H Snow days and vacations
Born to Run wHHp The Track Team
Wishing You Were Here BEHALE 75
Ballroom Blitz The Senior Prom
I Just Want to Celebrate On Graduation Day
PIECES OF APRIL
PROM COURT: Michele Goguen, Debbie Eastlake, Queen — Joanne Curtis, Class President David Damery, Linda
Palmer, Brigitte Deutscher.
STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL
Seated In Front: David Damery, Chris Martin,
Becky Konkle. In Rear: Bob Ayasse.
first Row. Janet Flynn, Gail Collins, Gina DeBerardis. Second Row: Valerie Clockwise From Upper Right: Betsey Stouter, Peator Morris, Lisa
Colliton, Kathy Palmer. Third Row: John Nazzaro. Riley, Lisa Nelton, Jean Naugler, Kathy Dooley.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
First Row: Jennifer Moore, Treasurer —
David Damery, Nancy Pickett, Ann Elling-
son, Charlie Kaplan, Teresa Peko, Advisor
— Mrs. Drummond. Second Row: Presi-
dent — Matt Moeller, Judy Evans, Vice-
President — Tom Faucher, Dotty Sparks,
Cathy Hanley, Linda Palmer, Pam Pate,
Secretary — Laura Paradise. Third Row:
Jean Maloney, Bill Baker, Germaine
Weaver, Carol McKenna, Susan Wooton,
Lisa Silva, Mary Beth Laffan. Fourth Row:
Danelle Doherty, Bruce Draper, Mike
Corbisiero, Steve Powers, David Jellison,
Joan Wehner, Ellen Penny.
First Row: LeAnn Baker, Gail Collins,
Tammy Sumner, Amy Bohrod, Sue Frost,
Gail Anderson, Janet Kaplen. Second Row:
Scott Rider, Cindi Lawton, Lindi Lawton,
Kathy Palmer, Kathy Hamilton, Debbie
Steale, Matt Koury, Kenneth Moore. Third
Row: John Laffan, Boyd Bickmore, John
Dacey, Doni Burchain, Cindy Bland, Deb-
bie Reader, Sandy Kane, Mike Klett. fourth
Row: David Greene, Linda Palmer, Carol
Sutherland, Diane Mayer.
JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE
First Row: Terry Wyatt, Val Collilon, Richard Frazier, Ann Mockapetris. Second
Row: Bob Ayasse, Doug Anthony, Richard Basilesco. Third Row: Kerry Pixton,
Brian O'Donnell, Leo Towle.
David Draper, John Laffan, Karen Fuller, Advisor — Mrs. Kin-
ney, Editor — John Rennie.
First Row: Chris Doherty, Lynn Kettering, Pam LaCombe, Laura Paradise, Abby Haler, Kim Graham, Crystal Naegli.
Second Row: Jim Harrington, Karen Davis, Chris Martin, Chip Lovely. Third Row: Bob Schorsh, Andy Gates, Mike
First Row: John Nazzaro, Mike Riley, Brian Whipperman, Rob Duff.
Second Row; Trever McCarthy, Jonathan Leary, Iris Gonsalves, David
Draper, Bill Jacobs, Debbie Bonner. Third Row: John Curran, Joe
Pulliam, Jim Shea, Mike Cavanaugh, Kenneth Moore, Glenn Camp-
bell, fourth Row: Ed Pass, Bill Ford,
Kenneth Moore, Kathy Palmer, Stuart Salzer, Doug Dalrymple,
First Row: Kenneth Moore, Cindy Pickett, Jim Shea, Jonathan Pulliam, Paul
Smith. Second Row: Trevor McCarthy, Mike Ratney, Terry Cullen, Joe Pulliam,
Fred Knecht. Third Row: Ron Massa, Scott Menzel.
THE BICENTENNIAL EXCHANGE
The Bicentennial Exchange was a student exchange
between Swarthmore High School, Swarthmore, Pa.,
and Bedford High School. The purpose of this ex-
change was to give students a sense of history during
our Nation's Bicentennial. The trip was made possi-
ble through the efforts of Mr. Spinosa, Mrs. Davis,
and the faculty members of Swarthmore High
Take a powder . . . catch ya later . . . more
power to your elbow . . . S.W.A.T. meet-
ing at 2100 hrs. . . . W.H.O.R.T. meeting at
2200 hours ... the best BEHALE ever . . .
if there should ever be another BEHALE
. . . SHE did it . . . That's COACH sick . . .
secure that palace . . . The Count and Na-
tasha . . . Dear Mom, . . . what the boys
want . . . the girls get!
Editors not pictured —
Art — Karen Davis
Asst. Layout — Ellen Penney
Ad Sales — Cindy Weber
Yearbook Sales — Pam
Literary — Marcia Morris
Staff Members —
Business Manager — Cathy Hanley
Special thanks from the staff to the
people of the Burlington Studio of
Photography for their efficiency and
We would like to express our gratitude and ap-
preciation to Mr. McCauley for his great patience
and supportive assistance in helping us make this
yearbook possible. It has been a fun and worth-
while experience for everyone on the staff — we
hope Mr. McCauley enjoyed it as much as we did.
VARSITY — first Row. Ken Schoendorf, Bill Mooney, Khris Kleber, Matt Moeller, Rob Warwick, Mark Hurd, Peator Morris,
Phil Maglione, Pete Bilafer. Second Row: Ted Pruyn, Bill McGrath, Dennis Smith, Jim Gold, Bill Jetter, Bob Ayasse, Ken
Washburn, Dave Stefanelli, John Harding, Bob Schorsh, Dave Thomson, Bob Schwelm Coach Patuleia.
JUNIOR VARSITY — First Row: John Schellhase, Steve Clyde, Dan Welsh, Kevin Doucette, Bill Crowther, Scott
Menzel, Mike Hester. Second Row: Mark Samson, Ron Eckhart, Dave Moll, Billy O'Brien, Sheri Mathews, Eddie
Rhodes, Laurie Winters, Jeff Cullington, Ed McKenna. Third Row: Tony Topita, Denise Busch, Steve Manly, Doug
Dalrymple, Steven Furey, Kurt Svendson, Billy French, Coach Maxwell.
"llflOD FtLU'j l\IE ACCAMGO) ANomER GWAI FOR THIS AFTIRWOON,.,^
" f OACH 5a1D WE'vf GOT TO WIU TWl5 G^ME OR ELSE../
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FRESHMAN SOCCER — first Row: Kevin Katwinkle, David Crohe, Mark Ayasse, Ken Topita,
Bernie Morgan, Don Stuckle, Alan Goodman, Tommy O'Brien. Second Row: David Moore,
Mike Hill, Bob Collins, Gil Potuin, Eric Castle, Marsdin Van Order, Mike Arsenault. Third
Row: Brian Whipperman, Wayne Newman, Bill Jacobs, David Haman, Kenny Ward, Dick
Nawoichik, Paul Furey, Bob McArthur, Coach Baine.
Tri-Captains: Karl Smith, Kip Sternberg, and Bob D'Auria. Second Row: Doug Hand, Eric Chaney, Arne Godtfredsen, Mike Bruha, John Underwood,
Neil Hanson, Frank Ace, Dave Irwin, Mark Busa, Bob Masse. Third Row: Scott Hartman, Wes McCrouy, Charles Freni, Myke Buck, Rich D'Auria, Bill
Reidy, Bob Sutton, Mike Herres, Joe Sickles, Karl Weinshenk, Terry Kanouse.
FRESHMEN — first Row. Bob Cassette, Paul Barbieri, Bill Oram, Mike Leskowski, John Jonuskis, Bill Bench, Dub Ace, John Chase, Glenn Ansel!, Fred
McLauglin, Glenn Smart, Paul McGecken, John Tarello. Second Row: Asst. Coach Ledeli, Eugene Wogan, Jeff Hoyland, David Jauss, Austin Beaulieu,
Jack Dillen, Darrel Ansel, John Mulligan, Doug Haynes, Joe Collins, Anthony Pandiscio, Art Lenahan, Asst. Coach Hughes. Third Row: Rich Yanosick,
Chuck Ennis, Doug Shamon, Mark Bruha, Brian Doucette, Mike Genetti, Fred Kelly, John Ferri, Gary Duffy, Greg Atteridge, Scott Samson, Jim
Bumann. Fourth Row: Rob Holmes, Eugene Parker, George Lindhan, Bob Brady, Brad Rose, Peter Barck, Steve Boudreau, David Massi, Eric Holland,
Tom Spiedel, Matt Brooks, Rich D'Entremont, Jim Hansis, Chris Collier.
First Row Sue Goldman, Sue Boissevain, Sue Wooton, MaryBeth Barck, Debbie Perry. Second Row;
Sandy Kane, Liz Sandy, Lynn Kettering, Teresa Peko, Mim Towle. Third Row: Maureen Hanley, Kim
Cinder, Claire Swanson, Coach Keup.
First Row Coach Sullivan, Chris Martin, Tom Faucher, Mark Schwartz, Brian Sutherland, Bill Bal
Second Row. Mike Nawoichik, Paul Larsen, Steve Bullock, Gerald Maskalenko, Dave Boissevam,
Madenjian. Third Row: jeff Bullock, Dave Minassian, |ohn Whitaker, Tom Stowell.
VARSITY — f/rst Row; Doreen Mee, Carol Miller, Barb Haynes, Laurie Proulx,
Pam Pate, Jill Sanders, Jennifer Moore. Second Row; Mary Lynn, Kathy Dooley,
Judy Hennrikus, Patty Hansen, Lisa Riley. lh\rd Row; Jennifer Sears, Cindy
Walcott, Lauren Binsack, Maureen Mee, Lisa Binsack, Janet Henderson.
JUNIOR VARSITY — f\rsl Row: Alythia Catalina, Tish Neal, Paula Clevenger, Lisa Rizari, Iris Con-
salves, Laura Powderly, Linda Ashe, Nancy Payne. Second Row; Ellen Hoult, Patty Clark, Doris
Sullivan, Lisa Redmond, Sandy Verrier, Denise Costa, Bonnie Walcott, Jean Pilla, Diana Jellison,
Robin Cosman. Third Row: Becky Konkle, Ann Moeller, Nancy Hennrikus, Terry Dunn, MaryBeth
Lehan, Charlene Golomb, Julie Karalls, Joan Sullivan, Beth Boatright, Coach Wood.
First Row: Bob D'Auria, Wayne Pike, Chuck Genetti, Tom Cormier, Captain — Dave Steffanelli, Mark Hurd, Matt
Moeller. Second Row: Jeff Cowdrey, Ken Washburn, Tom McManus, Kip Sternberg, Bill Lynch, Jim Griffiths. Third
Row: Coach Plummer, Doug Anderson, Mark Barberi, Dan Collins, Paul Sainato, Peter Biiafer.
First Row: Denise Boudreau, Nancy Wood, Sue Moll, Gail Collins, Sue Church, Maria Bumann, Ann Sullivan,
Carol Collins. Second Row: Marie Corbisiero, Kathy Spencer, Lauri Welsh, Dotty Sparks, Sue Bridge, Cathy
Cuthbert — captain, Linda Taylor, Vickie Weisz, Sabrina Cronen, Alona Nyilas.
The BHS Girls' Swim Team finished first for the second
year in both the Eastern Massachusetts Girls Swim League
Championship and in the Massachusetts State Champion-
Outstanding individual performances in the State meet
were turned in by Sabrina Cronen with two record swims
in the 200 yd. freestyle and in the 500 yd. freestyle events,
and by Marie Corbisiero, who won the 100 yd. freestyle in
a new record time.
The unbeatable 200 yd. medley relay team of Sabrina
Cronen, Dotty Sparks, Marie Corbisiero, and Sue Bridge
also set a new record in winning this contest. At this meet.
Dotty Sparks earned All-American High School Team sta-
tus in the breaststroke event.
The team had a successful season of seven meets with a 5-
1-1 record. The most exciting duel was waged with arch
rival Wayland, the league champions, which ended in a tie
with a suprising win in the last event by Bedford's 400 yd.
Freestyle Relay Team of Carol Collins, Sue Moll, Linda
Taylor, and Lauri Welsh.
With the team's past record of success. Coach Sparks is
hoping for another w^inning team next year.
VARSITY — First Row: Pam Pate, Laurie Proulx. Second Row: Debbie Perry,
Marcia Gladfeiter, Judy Hennrikus, Mary Lynn. Third Row: Patty nanson, Lauren
Binsack, Leslie Lundgren.
JUNIOR VARSITY - First Row: Coach Gallagher,
Lisa Binsack, Pam Boone, Alicia Catalina, Nancy
Hennrikus, Beth Boatwright, Maria Bumann. Sec-
ond Row: Rachel Kneeland, Kerri Johnston, Julie
Frohlich, Denise DeCosta, Debbie Pyles, Char-
VARSITY — First Row: Tom Penney, Peter Karalis, Jim Gemmel, Rick Corraine, Ross Hosking, Rich
Mead. Second Row: Lee Hobgood, Van Hobgood, Joe Sickles, Gerry McGrath, Brian McDowell, John
Dooley, Coach Adams.
JUNIOR VARSITY — first Row: Kurt Baker, Lamont Allen, Ge-
rard Maskalenko, Rich Hoyland, Art Malina. Second Row:
Coach McCormack, Clark Robinson, Larry Barnard, Mike Dey,
Kevin Caulder, Bill Mooney. Third Row: Eddie Rhoads, Steve
Sinott, Rich LeMay.
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VARSITY — First Row: Jeff Morse, John Brown, Tom Kreuals. Second VARSITY — First Row: Lilian Pandiscio, Judy Hennrikus,
Row. Danny Welsh, Ken Washburn, David Boissevain, Doug Moll.
Sue Boissevain. Second Row: Karen Willis, Mary Dono-
van, Sue Hennrikus, Meryl Bluestein.
JUNIOR VARSITY — First Row: Betty McKie, Nancy Payne, Paula Doucette.
Second Row. Karen Donadio, Cathy Cuthbert, Terry Dunn, Carolyn
Crowther, Beth Koester.
JUNIOR VARSITY — First Row: Bill French, Bill Reidy, Tim McManus.
Second Row: Ken Schoendorf, Jack Mee, Steve Furey, Ed McDonald.
First Row: Howie Funkhauser, Lou Gentile, Jeff Cullington, Tom Faucher, Jim Brady, Tom Stowell, Gerald Caulder, Steve
Bullock, Shawn Byne. Second Row: Myke Buck, David Reader, Ken Bruner, Gregg Sandy, Doug Coombs, Klaus
Deutscher, Jon Arms, Steve Ground, Paul Larsen, Coach Powers. Third Row: Steve Ferri, Jim Wieler, Brian Ansel, John
Pray, Mike Hand, John Whitaker, Dave Minassin, Terry Kanouse, Allen Larsen, Bob Wilson.
First Row: Sue Goldman, Bonita Mitchell, Sherylynn Jones, Hilary Jutras. Secona Row:
Abby Hafer, Pat Mitchell, Marybeth Barck, Denise Busch, Sue Wooton. Third Row:
Coach Woods, Nancy Robidoux, Maureen Hanley, Sharon McKenna, Judy Smith,
Carrie McDaniels, Karen Baker.
DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE CO-CHAMPS
First Row: Coach Odams, Melvin Bray, Tom Barnett, Bruce Taylor, Ross Hoskings, Ron Hemingway, John
Dooley.' Second Row: Joey Sickles, Kip Sternberg, Jim Griffiths, Dave Michaud, Bob Schwelm, Jonathan
Hurd, Gerry McGrath, Bruce Colombo.
JUNIOR VARSITY First Row: Phil
Hansen, Dave Budden, Bob
Massi, Frank Ace, Jay Guidetti,
Phil Maglione, Paul Sainato.
Scond Row: Bob Sutton, Scott
Hartman, Peter Morano, Rich
D'Auria, Mark Mazzoni, John
Bettis, Bob Knickle, Coach Pe-
FRESHMAN First Row: Evan McDonald, Dave Wilkins, John Cilfus, Billy O'Brien, Jack
Healy, Kevin Doucette, Steve Mazzoni. Second Row: Chris Pelletier, Larry Banard, Ted
Weaver, Mark Barbieri, Pat Salinas, Tom Penney, Greg Bates, Bill Wilson. Third Row:
Rich Sparks, Bill Dungey, Tom O'Neil, Chris Larsen, Pierre Guay, Bill Mooney, Mark
Shaman, Frank Fischer, Ken Harmon, Rick Svendson.
VARSITY — First Row: Maggie Boatright, Jane King, Susan Sullivan, Kathy McHugh, Pam McMahon, Jodi
Walcott, Maureen O'Keefe, Chris Emerson. Second Row: Lauren Binsack, Jill Sanders, Marie Budden, Ellen
Penney, Lisa Elder, Laurie Proulx, Janice Courtoglous, Debbie Meloy, Doreen Mead, Pam Pate.
JUNIOR VARSITY — First Row: Cheryl McMahon, Cindy Walcott, Jennifer Sears, Pam Boone, Denise
Costa, Maureen Kilpatrick, Aldy Bouse. Second Row: Kathy Dooly, Karen Weinschenk, Marcia Koury,
Lisa Redmond, Ginny Bissanti, Karen Furey. Third Row: Coach Luty, Leslie Lundgren, Nancy Curtis, Julie
Coralis, Julie Frohlich.
Second Row: Mark Freeman, Larry Kraus, Tom McManus, Bill Lynch, Eric Johnson, Coach Bane. First
Row: Ron Huffman, Barry Donahue, Steve Gaylor, Peter Bilafer, Joe Bonelii.
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Treasurer, Emily Abrahms; Vice-President, Nancy Hennrikus;
Secretary, Donna Kinney. Missing — Debbie Pepper.
First Row: Danielle Busch,
Lisa Burns, Bruce Bolton,
Glenn Brooks. Second
Row: Sherriil Burgiss, Lor-
na Bradley, Chris Camp-
bell, Renee Brown, Diane
Bowes, Debbie Capor-
izzo, Bonnie Blake. Third
Row: Ronald Brown, Bob
Bfadburn, Steve Bou-
dreau, Tom Britt, Bob
Brady, Mark Bruha, Lloyd
Block, Matt Brooks, Jim
Bumann, Jim Bush.
First Row: Alicia Catalina,
Donna Conway, Paula Cle-
venger. Second Row: Tony
Carlo, Eric Castle, John
Concannon, Bob Collins,
Duane Clark, Joanne Col-
liton, Tracy Clark, Diane
Caristi. Third Row: Jon Co-
leman, Chris Collier, Joe
Collins, Mark Cierpial,
Johm Chase, Stephanie
Colonero, Chris Colao.
First Row: Marie Corbi-
siero, Judy Curley, Sharon
Lozzi, Kathy DeMattio,
Debbie Dastoli, Jim Cul-
ver, Kevin Doherty. Sec-
ond Row: Debbie Dona-
hue, Lisa DiClemente, Ka-
trina Diehard, Teresa
Cook, David Crook, Chris
Doherty, Billy Doherty,
Third Row: Linda Cook,
Susan Damery, Bobby
Cossett, Brian Doucette,
Terry Cullen, Roger De-
lorey, Merrill Cook, Rich-
ard Couto, Dennis De-
Francesco, John Curran.
First Row: Mark Eaton,
Rob Duff, Jeanne Edwards.
Second Row: Linda Fox,
Gary Duffey, Paul Furey,
Chuck Ennis, John Ferri,
Harry French, Regina Far-
inello, Cheryl Drapper.
Third Row: George Ecno-
mov. Bill Ford, Jana Egan,
Laurie Fitzgerald, Robert
Feola, Mary Farrell, Bren-
da Eaton, Karen Fuller, Ju-
First Row: Debbie Graham,
Karen Graser, Cindy Ger-
lek. Second Row: Angela
Gawel, Iris Gonsalves, Kim
Ginder, Julie Hall, Kim
Graham, Kathy Harrison,
Carol Hanley, Andrea Gil-
roy. Third Row: Cindy
Gaudet, Dan Greene,
Dave Hamann, Alain
Goodman, Manuel Gon-
zalez, James Harris, Carl
Golomb, Mari Godtfred-
First Row: Nancy Hennri-
kus, Diane Higson, Bob
Hayward, Kurt Huenefeld,
Kim Higgins, Holly Her-
man, Melissa Hodgson.
Second Row: Andre Jan-
sen, Ellen Hoult, Jan Hol-
lenbeck, Terri Herrick,
Carolyn Hulbert, Cathy
Hendrick, Sandy Hayes,
Sheila Jameson. Thrid Row:
Jennifer Jeffrey, Doug
Haynes, Eric Holland,
Dave Jauss, Jon Hughes,
Mike Hill, Robbie
Holmes, Bill Jacobs, Tom
Hooper, Anthony lasi.
J IS II aSS: I
First Row: Sue Knickle.
Becky Lawton, Mary La-
tina, Sandy Kane. Second
Row: Kevin Kattwinkel,
John Kobi, Melissa Kit-
tredge, Gary Laundry, Jim
Leary, Jon Leary, Donna
Kinney, Rachel Kneeland.
Third Row: Terrel Jones,
Mark Kettering, Fred Kel-
ly, Brad Karlson, John Jon-
uskis, Jackie Jepsen, Allysa
Keough, Terry Laffan,
First Row: Myles McDon-
ough, Larry Madden,
Mike Leskouski, Leslie
Matton, Chip Lovely, Bob
MacArthur. Second Row:
Maria Lorrey, Judy Ma-
loney, Cathy MacDonald,
Martha Maskelenko, Ma-
ria MacKerron, Laura
Leong, Mary McHarg,
Fred McLaughlin, Eddie
McKie, Angela Luter.
Third Row: Mike McHugh,
Jeff McAuliffe, Laura
Lundgren, Teresa Mc-
Donald, Mike Long, Paul
Leonard, Charles Leyama,
Bill McCloud, Mark
Macklin, Art Lenahan, Pe-
First Row: Kim Nolan,
Carolyn Mulligan, Joyce
Palmeri, John O'Neil, Cina
Musacchio. Second Row:
Chris Page, Dick Nawoi-
chik, Tom O'Brian, Wayne
Newman, Jonan Nizko,
John Mazzaro, Billy Oram,
John Mulligan. Third Row:
Elaine Naugler, Crystal
Naegeli, Karen Morano,
Kelly O'Brien, Lorraine
Miller, Anne Moeller, Ja-
First Row: Temara Paul,
Karen Pliska, Stephanie
Payne, Jean Pilla, Laura
Powderly, Bonnie Porter,
Debbie Pepper, Diane
Penfield. Second Row: Ken
Picardat, Carl Peterson,
Russ Philbrick, Kevin Polk,
Anthony Padiscio, Eugene
Parker, Denise Proulx.
First Row: Kathy Riley, Ra-
chel Sachs, Jean Ringle.
Second Row: Laura Reed,
Richard Salter, Stuart
Salzer, Kiye Sakai, Jackie
Schoendorf, Lynne Rob-
erts, Lisa Rizzari, Kathy
Rennie. Third Row: Lynn
Saunders, Scott Swanson,
Clark Robinson, Doug
Reader, Mike Ratney, Bri-
an Reidy, Brad Rose, Au-
First Row: Ann Sullivan,
Mary Anna Solomonides,
Tracy Shaw, Barbara Stella.
Second Row: Irma Sulli-
van, Amy Senio, Dina Sie-
gal, Beth Sponner. Third
Row: Glenn Smart, Tom-
my Speidel, Doug Stfanov,
Tim Sparks, Rob Suther-
land, Doug Shaman, Glen
First Row: Kim Trelegan,
Bonnie Walcott, Claire
Swanson, Laurie Welsh,
Nona Nyilas. Second Row:
Karen Dunn, Tom Swish-
er, Robbie Sweet, Tre-
celle Sweet, Jamie Torger-
son, Susan Sykes, Judy
Sword, Lisa Welton. Third
Row: Michael Sizoo, Roy
Webster, Ken Ward, My-
ron Waite, John Tarello,
David Urquhart, Eileen
Walsh, Anne Theophile,
Fred Troili, Bobby Webb.
First Row: Carolyn Yarsko,
Karen Wood, Roheima
Wood, Lisa Wilson, An-
drea Williams, Gina Whit-
mire. Second Row: Donna
Williamson, Richie Yano-
sick, Brian Wipperman,
Eugene Wogan, Marilyn
Firsf Row: Steve Abbott,
Marshall Alie, Greg Atter-
idge, Lori Bigham, Neil
Anderson, Glen Ansill,
Paul Barck. Second Row:
Mary Ballard, Helen Ba-
silesco, Maria Avitabile,
Monica Benziger, Linda
Ashe, Emily Abrams, Pam
Beaman, Jennifer Baker,
Mark Becker. Third Row:
Peter Barck, Mark Ayasse,
Holly Beauchesne, Lisa
Binack, Mike Arsenault,
Doug Dubace, Bill Bench,
Jim Barry, Rick Bell.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Treasurer, Nancy Davis; Vice-President, Carol Suth-
erland; President, Diane Mayer. Missing — Secretary, Julie Frohlich.
First Row: Richard Ba-
silesco, Kurt Baker, Mike
Klett, Brian Ansill. Second
Row: Meryl Bluestein,
Greg Bates, Hal Barton,
Mark Barbieri, Ray Beyr-
and, Doug Anderson,
LeAnne Baker, Cindy
Bland. Third Row: Lorraine
Ackerman, Bonnie Blais-
dell, Patty Aucoin, Cheryl
Andrews, Paul Benoit,
John Adkins, Dave
First Row: Debbie Bum-
baca, Dawn Bullock,
Cathy Brown. Second
Row: Matthew Brady,
Steve Bollock, Chuck Bry-
ant, David Boissevain,
Larry Brown, Connie
Brierly. Third Row: Diane
Burns, Denise Busch, Lin-
da Campagna, Pam
Boone, Laurie Budden,
First Row: Maureen Mead,
Nancy Davis, Denise
Costa, Carol Dacey, Jenni-
fer Choate, Sue Bridge.
Second Row: Patty Clark,
Donna Wilson, Katie
Keough, Lisa Connolly, Jill
Curly, Lorene Delfino,
Carol Cormier, Patty Cle-
venger. Third Row: Sabrina
Cronen, Jim Coleman,
Jack Cook, Dave Coward,
Dana Davidson, Diane
D'Auria, Jeff Cowdrey,
Steve Comley, Dan Col-
lins, Larry Devine, Steve
First Row: Wayne Dobbins,
Randy Cook, Dan Carlo,
Mike Daye. Second Row:
Jackie Fager, Cara Con-
nell, Cindy Dion, Barbara
Berry, Karen Donadio,
Karin Doss, Cheryl Dun-
gey, Debbie Ehrenbeck.
Third Row: Brenda Cossa-
boom, Ray Earl, Bill
Duney, Kevin Doucette,
Brian Dunn, David Drap-
er, Eleanor Dill, Charlotte
First Row: Kate Hamilton,
Patty Foley, Barbara
Maunder. Second Row:
Ann Friedman, Sandi
Field, Charlene Golomeb,
Maureen Glennon, Mar-
cia Glatfelter, Kris Habson.
Third Row: Frank Fisher,
Jim Gemmell, John Gilfus,
FHarry Gural, Pierre Guay,
Bill French, Mike Hand,
Steven Furey, Scott Gard-
ner, Eric Hanson.
First Row: Ron Hoffman,
Greg Hubert, Shirlynn
Jones, Jaylyn Joss, janet
Kaplan, Liz Kalloch, Kim
Hopkins, Rickh Johnson.
Second Row: John Healy,
Tim Kechan, Van Hob-
good, Lori Hardin, Celia
Hardi, Maureen Kiipatric,
Lynn Kettering, Joan Ja-
cobson, Diana Jellison.
Third Row: Ken Harmen,
John Harding, Mike John-
son, Doni Burcham, Julie
Karalis, Kathy Blomstedt,
Kerri Johnston, Terry
Barker, Cheryl Knight, Jan
Baker, Treacy Kane, Helen
First Row: Dennis Lindsay,
Khris Kleber. Second Row:
Elena Lazzaras , Ruth Mar-
rigan, Joanne Lehan, Mary
Lynn, Julie Fro, Paul Lar-
sen, Richard LeMay, Steve
Manley. Third Row: Bill
Larsen, Arthur Madenjian,
Mark LaGasse, Andre
Krutchkoff, John Laffan,
Brad Lowe, Chris Larsen.
First Row: Cheryl McMa-
han, Helen McMahan,
Jackie Mee, Tim
McManus, Janet Mead,
Diane Mayer, Patty Lane,
Jerry McCurdy. Second
Row: Mark Miller, Myles
McLeod, Bill MacKenzie,
Brian McMahon, Linda
Martin, Sue Miller, Sheri
Mathews, Cheryl Mik-
senas, Lisa Mendes.
First Row: Mary Morris,
Billy O'Brien, Steve Miz-
zoni, Tom O'Neill, Dave
Moll, Steve Murphy, Guy
Nelson, Peator Morris.
Second Row: Ed Pass,
Steve Murdock, David
Minassian, Erin Doherty,
Kathy Palmer, Susan
Paine, Kenneth Moore,
Pat Mitchell, Art Molina.
First Row: Martin Pulliam,
Debbie Pyles, Andy Pilla.
Second Row; Paula Petri-
cone, Janet Russian, Ted
Pruyn, Eddie Rhoads, Su-
san Pike, Joe Pulliam. T/i/rd
Row; Jim Ruetenik, Chris
Pelletier, David Reeder,
Teresa Foster, Diane Rin-
gle, Lisa Redmond, Gayle
Razzaboni, Sandi Peko,
First Row: Debbie
Schwartz, Steve Sinotte,
Joe Sickles, Paul
Shaughnessey, Jeff Silva,
John Schellhase. Second
Row: Elizabeth Sandy,
Cathy Ratney, Cheryl
Scarborough, Lynn, Schiff,
Carolyn Scheyder, Mark
Samson, Arthur Savignac,
Mark Shamon, Diane Sim-
mons, Kathy Smith.
f;'rst Row; George Solo-
manides, Lisa Utiey, Carol
Steele, Amy Swanson,
Joan Sullivan, Curtis Tor-
gerson. Second Row: Carl
Trinque, Miriam Towie,
Kathy Tsouprake, Natalie
Svendsen, Linda Taylor,
Cheryl Steward, Maria Bu-
mann, Connie Swisher,
Tom Stowell. Third Row:
Robert Taft, Richard
Svendson, Karen Tursch-
mann, Carol Montalto,
John Licciardi, Peter Mar-
cus, Elaine Vadebon-
coeur, Cathy Spencer,
Wayne Thomason, Rick
Sparks, Tom Topica.
First Row: Kenny Wash-
burn, Mike Johnson, Jeff
Yeomans. Second Row:
John Whitaker, Sandy
Verrier, Natalie Svendsen,
Dale vonWolffradt, Tim
Whalen, Dean vonWolf-
fradt, Paul Whitmire. Third
Row: Bill Wiegler, Patty
Wyman, Tom Weaver,
Ted Weaver, Betsy War-
wick, Karen Weinschenk,
Jenny Wiesen, Patty
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
First Row: Amy Boh rod,
Gail Anderson, Nancy
Ackerman, Doug Anth-
ony, Boyd Bickmore,
Lauren Binsack. Second
Row: Bob Addess, Bob
Ayasse, Danna Besse, La-
mont Allen, Aldy Bouse,
Joy Andrews, Kim Blake,
First Row: Lorie Brown,
Ginny Bissanti, Mary Ellen
Bradford. Second Row:
Paula Canistraro, Vicki
Bullock, Karen Caristi, Su-
san Church, Monty Brock,
Jim Brady, Paul Braver-
man, Ron Brunson. Third
Row: Myke Buck, Dennis
Brady, Bob Bradley, Jim
Griffiths, Richard D'Auria,
Peter Moreno, Dennis
Brady, Mike Heres, Steve
Bryant, Robert Clyde.
First Row: Robin Cosman,
Cathy Curwin, Sheila Cor-
rigan, Carol Cooper, Tara
Dyer. Second Row: Bruce
Colombo, Peter Moron,
Mike Herres, Richard
D'Auria, Scott Derleth,
Carol Collins, Diana
Couto, Debbie DiCle-
mente. Third Row: John
Dacey, Doug Dalrympie,
Pat Comiey, Tamera
Code, Gina DeBerardis,
Bonnie Comiey, Patty
Concannon, Cathy coules,
Leslie Colonero, Cheryl
First Row: Dan Flynn, Andy
Fletcher, Barry Donahue.
Second Row: Mike Flana-
gan, Lynn Fitzgerald, Ter-
ry Dunn, Kathy Dooley,
Malcolm Eaton, Charlie
Freni, Chris Ferri, Mark
Freeman. Third Row: Mark
Fletcher, Kevin Campbell,
Jackie Emery, Cathy
Druan, Donna Duncan,
Julie Edwards, David Ellis,
Gary Feltham, Richard
Frazier, Brian Duke.
First Row: Diane Graser,
Carol Geeks, Ellen Curley,
Jan Ginder. Second Row:
Jim Fiarrington, Patty
FHansen, Jay Guidetti, Jim-
my Griffiths, Karen Furey,
Jay FHarrison, Sherri Gon-
salves, Jeff FHarrington.
Third Row: Brian Miiligan,
Steve Gaylor, Phillip Han-
son, David Greene, An-
drew Gates, Scott Lydon,
Alex Glatfelter, Carol
Hansis, Barbara FHartwell,
First Row: Barbara FHuertas,
Linda Higson, Becky Hen-
drick. Second Row: Jerry
Intoni, Lee Fiobgood,
Greg FHetrick, Tammy
Johnston, Sheryl James,
Janet FHenderson, Mary El-
len Iveson, Laurie FHorton.
Third Row: Tom Jameson,
Peter Jones, Chris Hurd,
Bill FHooper, Rose FHos-
kins, Judy FHennrikus, Ka-
ren FHoover, Mike FHerter,
WH^N My f>OAi/;v/o
FROM ^ 5(;5PeNpep
Mr. Keough — Superintendent of Schools
TO THE CLASS OF 1976
For all of you, this year marks the end of twelve years of
effort by your parents, teachers and you. Until now you
have been watched, guided, and cared for. Now you
must enter a world where you make your own deci-
sions. The success of future events in your lives will be
based on how well you make those decisions. Your
parents and teachers have given you instructions and
experience in thinking for yourselves.
Now it is up to you to develop the confidence in
yourselves to make those things which have been given
you work for you.
Thomas J. Duggan
TO THE CLASS OF 1976 . . .
As you leave the Bedford Public Schools and seek out
your place in industry or in the professions, we urge
you to look back upon all that has been good in your
educational program and hold it as a memory. Also
never forget what perhaps you might feel was lacking
in your education so that you might allow your influ-
ence in the future to correct such practices.
Public education is an American heritage which you
will be called upon as citizens to maintain and improve.
Please take every opportunity, as adults, to influence
not only the American school system but all branches
of the American society with which you might come in
Best wishes for your future.
William F. Keough
Superintendent of Schools
Mr. Duggan — Principal
Mrs. MacKenzie — Science
Mrs. Lemerise — English
Mr. Judge — English
Mr. Healey — Social Studies
Mrs. Kinney — English
Mr. Petroskey — Art
Mrs. Herrling — Foreign Languages
Mr. Corliss — Business Education
Miss Blakeney — Foreign Languages
Mr. Phinney — Music
— Foreign Languages
Mr. Mietzner — Art
Miss Mintz — Foreign Languages
AND BEST WISHES
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730
compliments of a
FORM IN TEAK INCORPORATED
Danish Modem Furniture
45 MIDDLESEX TURNPIKE
BURLINGTON, MASS. 01803
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
CLASS OF 76
THE CLASS OF '78
THE HUENEFELD COMPANY, INC.
consultants to book publishers
International Navigation Corp.
8 Preston Ct.
Bedford, Ma. 01730
to the class of 1976
BEDFORD, MA 01730
DR. & MRS. KOURY D.M.D
BEDFORD REAL ESTATE
BENJAMIN R. SEARS, Realtor
99 THE GREAT ROAD
TNE m PLACE TO SHOP FOR TNE ENTIRE FAMILY
BL UE RIBB ON DAIRY
186 GREAT ROAD
" Milk From Selected Farms'
C. ROGERS LORD, M.D.
JOHN W. BERGIN, M.D.
CENTER BARBER SHOP
BEDFORD SUNOCO & TIRE
ISO Great Road
Bedford, Mass. 01730
198 GREAT RD , BEDFORD 275-2035
52 GREAT ROAD
WALL to WALL CARPETING
BEST WISHES TO
THE CLASS OF
JACK FLASH PRINTING
119 Great Rd.
Bedford, Ma. 01730
Bedford, Ma. 01730
the Class of '75
a good life.
131A GREAT ROAD,
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730 •
TELEPHONE: (617) 275-8860
DR. BERNARD K. MULCAHY
Best Wishes to r
the Class of 1976 j
ERIC B. BIRMINGHAM, D.D.S.
congratulations and best wishes
to the class of 1976
COMPUTER AND INFORMATION
119 The Great Road
DR. & MRS. ERIC B. BIRMINGHAM
PERFORMANCE MOTOR PARTS
Best Wishes to
the Class of 76
5 Shawsheen Ave.
Bedford, Mass. 01730
617 — 275-2900
335 Great Road
Bedford, Mass. 01730
CALVIN S. CHAPMAN
328 Great Road
Bedford, Mass. 01730
346 Great Road
We do it all for you!
39 NORTH ROAD — BEDFORD, MA.
AT JUNCTION OF RT 45 225
BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER
Trimming — Training — Bathing
Pet Supplies — Boarding
42 NORTH ROAD BEDFORD, MASS.
* 142 The Great Road
Bedford, MA. 01730
"Service You Can Trust"
SHOP AT BEDFORD TEXACO
Radial & Belted Tires at Big Savings
Auto Air Conditioning
OPEN EVERY DAY
105 GREAT RD., BEDFORD
MACHINE SHOP SERV.
SHOP-DEPOT SQ. 275-1333
A. W. CLIFFORD, REALTORS
130 GREAT RD.
225 OLD BILLERICA RD.
SKI PRO SHOP
MANDI'S GIFT SHOPPE
CLASS of '76
BEDFORD JENNY SERVICE
181 GREAT RD.
BEDFORD, MA. 01730
328 GREAT ROAD, BEDFORD, MASS. 01730
The household word
you never hear.
In the kitchen, we're better known by the
companies we keep.
Our subsidiaries, Amana and Caloric, spe-
cialize in products that make life more com-
fortable, more convenient.
For instance, Amana Radarange® micro-
wave ovens that dramatically cut cooking
times. Freezers and refrigerators you never
have to defrost. Step-saving trash compactors.
Caloric ranges with self-cleaning ovens.
And throughout the home, Amana air con-
ditioners guietly create the perfect climate for
Quality products from guality companies.
Congratulations lo the Class of 1976. Bedford Laboratories,
Hartwell Road, Bedford. An Equal Opportunity Employer.
CLASS of 76
THE SHIP'S LOCKER
359 GREAT ROAD
BEDFORD FUNERAL HOME,
167 THE GREAT ROAD
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730
G. WILLIAM CLARK, JR.
From Your Good Friend
FRIENDLY ICE CREAM
FOX TRA VEL A GENC Y
Best Wishes to the
Class of '75
617 275 9130
363 GREAT ROAD « BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730
BEDFORD JE WELERS
323 GREAT ROAD
Home of "Sleepy Bear"
When you need a spare bedroom
for that out of town piiest, why not call
phone 275 B 120
or Toll Free Reservations 800.2.')r).;)050
All Color T V. — Diret-t Dial Phones
Heated Swimming Fool
JOAN'S HAIR STYLISTS
We Sell and Serv ice Wigs and Hairpieces
363 E. Great Road
138 The Great Road
Bedford, Ma. 01730
of* us iu\i\
wishes for f iiiiirc^ sum*ss
With Best Wishes
the DONOVAN COMPANY
SENIOR CLASS OF '76"
DR. & MRS. EUGENE EAGLES
POLIO'S BARBER SHOP
72 Great Road
DR. & MRS.
To The Class Of
HAIR STYLIST AND WIG SALON
326 THE GREAT ROAD
KA YE INSTRUMENTS, INC. 275-0300
15 DEANGELO DRIVE
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730
HAVE YOU CONSIDERED
GIVING PART OF YOUR LIFE
TO HELP OTHERS?
NANCY FULWOOD HOSPITAL
BEDFORD RESEARCH PARK
4 Preston Court
BUILDERS Specialty & Hardware
Bedford, Mass. 01780
26 Weston Avenue
Somerville, Mass. 02144
SKATING AND WRESTLING EQUIPMENT
POWER MOWERS SNOW BLOWERS
379 NORTH ROAD
PASS & WEISZ
PORSCHE & AUDI
DILLEN FUNERAL HOME
GRADUATING CLASS of 1976
CREWEL, NEEDLEPOINT, HOOK AND
RUGS, CREWEL AND NEEDLEPOINT
YARNS, BLOCKING, MOUNTING,
GREAT RD. SHOPPING CTR. BEDFORD,
Subs, Pizza & Fried Foods
DOM'S SERVICE STATION
Prop. Dom Palmen
Grease — Oil — Tune-Ups
Tires — Accessories
314 Great Road
MOTORS CORPORATION 1
CLASS OF 1976
THE NATIONAL HONOR
CLASS of 1976
INS URANCE A GENC Y
217 NORTH ROAD
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730
Seniors are Particular
. . . and so are aoe.
COLOR WUODvNtC^- CX^-^XOAli FP^AAilVCr • (tlOMyWEKCMl -
TRES CHERE POODLES
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1976
5 Alfred Circle
Expert All-Breed Grooming
Top Quality Registered Puppies
(Brown, Black, White, Silver)
"For Those Who Care, Call Tres Chere!"
MRS. BARBARA NIBLACK 617-275-1296
89 CONCORD ROAD (Rt. 62)
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730
MILLER DISPOSAL INC.
So Man is not what he appears.
I have been blind a thousand years.
Wisdom older than the seers,
Beauty much too deep for tears,
And holy silence bursts the ears.
Ssh. The music of the spheres.'